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is to be expected. delta's operating margins what they make on each dollar of sales before interest and taxes is 13.4%. that's better than any other airline, save the always, always well-run alaska air. plus the company gave bullish guidance for next quarter which was a real lovefest. delta's premium seats has more first class than anyone in the business. in the pennsylvania -- in the past, listen to this. most seats were given away as free upgrades to coach passengers. last year only 14% of delta's domestic front cabin seats were occupied by paying customers? can you imagine all those people you pass by you thought were rich? no, man, they upgraded. free. this year the company has more than doubled that to 30%. delta's initiatives going they believe will let them take that up to 50% in the near future. they're selling a lot more expensive first-class and business class tickets where you get nothing anyway. the company has been taking out costs left and right. 11 months ago delta laid out blueprint for $1 billion of annual cost savings and on the conference call we learned management is delivering
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